Façade glasses in the ICE Krakow Congress Centre

Opened last year, the ICE Krakow Congress Centre (Poland) is one of the most prestigious and exclusive complexes of this type in Europe.

It is also another interesting project comprising façade glasses delivered by our plants.  

The Krakow complex offers more than 36 thousand m2 of conference space, including an auditorium hall for up to 2 thousand people. Located in the city centre, the facility has been adjusted for holding exhibitions, as well as sponsor and exhibition stands.

The Congress Centre offers a group of conference rooms which are distinguished for movable (adjustable) room partitions and a glazed, three-level foyer with a view of the Wawel Royal Castle. This facility was designed by two Krakow architects: Krzysztof Ingarden and Jacek Ewý. The concept works were also participated by architects of the Arata Isozaki Japanese office.

The facility was launched in October 2014.

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